Interactive Multimedia Development In Teaching Drama for Students Class Xi In State Senior High School 4 Medan

Abstract

This study aims to: (1) describe the results of interactive multimedia development in drama lessons for class XI State Senior High School 4 Medan, (2) Describe the feasibility result of interactive multimedia development in drama lessons, (3) Describe the effectiveness of interactive multimedia development in drama learning. Interactive multimedia is developed in the form of interactive learning CDs. This research method is research and development. Research and Developmemt (R & D) with DDD-E model (Decide, Design, Develop, Evaluate). The results of the study indicate that: (1) validation of material experts with an average of 93% on very good criteria; (2) validation of media design experts with an average of 90% in very good categories; (3) teacher response with an average of 96% on very good criteria, (4) individual trials with an average of 77% with good criteria, (5) small group trials with an average of 87% with very good criteria, (6) limited field test with an average of 95% with very good criteria. The final activity of the development of learning media is continued by looking at the effectiveness of students in drama lessons. The study was conducted on the students class XI State Senior High School 4 Medan. Result of learning test of drama lessons on content material and linguistic text before using learning media equal to 67,9, while result of learning test after using learning media is 77,37. The difference is 9.44 from before to after. The result of drama learning test on drama staging before using learning media equal to 64,28, while result of learning test after using learning media is 82,65, the difference obtained is 18,37 from before to after. The interactive multimedia implication in drama learning is that learning media will provide convenience for teachers to provide learning materials, as well as provide convenience for students in receiving and applying the subject matter provided.

Keywords: Drama, Interactive, Media, Multimedia


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